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population reduced two-thirds since the 1950s and they have a land mass you could fit manhattan and botton and san francisco into and they are raising taxes. when you have fewer people, you are trying to find some way to pay the bills. obviously it didn't work. you can't take that to a national sphere. >> other cities had a population encrose and they increase the tax it doesn't mean that the city gets better, does it? >> no, i want to cut taxes any chance we can get. mile per hour has highway tax rate and also the home of greatest global brands. what killed detroit was the fact that the tea and its people and companies were stuck in the 20th century. poor cities and states continue to cling to manufacturing jobs. rich cities and states design goods and manufacture them overseas. if detroit wants to get in the 21st century it will rise again. cutting taxes will help. >> rich, there is a lot of factors that go in a demise of the tea like detroit but taxes didn't helpment nminneapolis is a paragone of good governance and detroit is not. capitol and talent is never been more mobile than today
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